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Use Google maps and look at the names of towns, rivers, creeks, and marshlands in the region you are writing about.
Look up the flora and fauna in the area where most of your book takes place. Search for the names of insects, trees or animals that have significance, or metaphorical power.
Juxtapose two opposing words, as was done in Scorpionfish by Natalie Bakopoulos.
Look to phrasal examples that might work for your book, especially if it’s funny. Wow, No Thank You (just out from Samantha Irby!) and What Color is Your Parachute are examples of phrasal titling.
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